For some reason, a lot of Sago Palms
have "matured" this year and are producing flower spikes.
You don't have to remove the flower spike but you can remove it
if you want. If left on the plant, the odds are good that it will
produce fruit containing seed. Sagos can be grown from the seed.
At the following web sites you will find images and wonderful
articles written by Lynn McKamey of Rhapis Gardens in Gregory,
TX 78359 (361) 643-2061, which is just north of Corpus Christi.
These will answer any and all of your Sago Palm questions.
Sago Palms (Cycas revoluta) general
information on culture, care and
How to grow them from seed. http://www.rhapisgardens.com/sagos/sagoseed.htm
How to grow them from pups or sprouts
(shoots) from the base of the plant. http://www.rhapisgardens.com/sagos/sagopups.htm